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How do you reduce stress in an office environment?
Stress is as normal as can be in an office environment.
It is the body’s “fight or flight” response to everyday office situations such as an impending deadline, unpleasant workmates, and a heavy workload.
Over time, too much stress will take a toll on the physical and mental health of employees.
Moreover, when their health suffers, productivity and the overall growth of the organisation suffer as well.
In the US, roughly 50 per cent of the 550 million lost working days annually are from stress-related absenteeism.
This is why managers must take responsibility for keeping everyone in tip-top shape at all times.
Here are some of the proven methods of busting stress and boosting the productivity of your workforce.
Be smart with giving breaks
Remember that productivity must be inspired, not forced.
Employers must motivate their workforce to ensure quality output…
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Exactly one year ago, I was in my hotel room overwhelmed by how my life has turned out. Never in my wildest fantasies did I imagine that I will get married to the most beautiful and wonderful person in the world in front of the people who have made an impact in our lives.
Everything that happened from our wedding and reception – the moment when we exchanged our vows, slipped those rings in our fingers, walked from the aisle to the exit of the church where we were greeted by cheers and confetti, showcased our dance moves, saw our on-site video presentation for the first time, and left from the reception back to our hotel room – were so vivid as if they were lifted from the most exquisite of dreams.
However, with one year under our belts as a married couple and the welcome addition of our lovely Winter, our union has always been real all along. And with every step we take together, our love becomes even more real. And I have you to thank for making this a reality.
I always tell this to you and I’ll never get tired of saying this: I love you very much, I love our family very much. May anak na tayo (surpise!).
Now, let’s make more memories with our family, Durr!